Planning Applications Roundup (Bidston & St. James ward)

Just two permissions to report in Bidston & St. James (one is a refusal for full planning permission, the other an approval for an advertising consent).

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Application No.: APP/12/00853 Application Type: Full Planning Permission
Decision Level: Delegated
Ward: Bidston and St James
Decision Date: 29/08/2012 Decision: Refuse
Case Officer: Miss K Elliot
Applicant:

Agent: Higham & Co
Location: Aldi Store, Laird Street, Birkenhead, Wirral, CH41 8DB
Proposal: Variation of condition 9 of planning consent APP/2006/7319 to allow opening of the food store on a Sunday between 10:00 hours and 18:00 hours for a temporary period between 22 July 2012 and 9 September 2012.

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Application No.: ADV/12/00864 Application Type: Advertisement Consent
Decision Level: Delegated
Ward: Bidston and St James
Decision Date: 31/08/2012 Decision: Approve
Case Officer: Mr M Rushton
Applicant:  Miss Bryan, 7 Hatton Garden, Liverpool, Merseyside, L3 2FE

Agent:
Location: Cleared Site Former Scrap Yard, TOWER ROAD, BIRKENHEAD, CH41 1FN
Proposal: Signage for the 2012 Cultural Olympiad public art project ‘Column’, which gained planning permission on 31 May 2012, no. APP/11/01272, comprising two hoardings to the Tower Road frontage, interpretative signage information within the site about the project, and directional signage on the entrance gate.

Happy 4th Wedding Anniversary Leonora

Heart in Sky (Red Arrows) Southport, September 2012

Today, is my fourth wedding anniversary to Leonora (who also writes on this blog). She’s stood by me through good times and bad and I love her with all my heart. My reporting of what’s happening at Wirral Council would probably be very different over the last few years without her help.

The photo used is from the Red Arrows display at the weekend at the Southport Air Show (which despite the Red Arrows display team having to use one reserve aircraft that couldn’t use smoke) was very impressive and enjoyable. Certainly Wirral are trying to do a similarly large event with the Ricoh Women’s British Open at the Royal Liverpool in Hoylake.

So here’s to four years of marriage and hopefully many more to come.